Work falls 1-4 after nine weeks at No. 1. It holds at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (25 million, down 4 percent) and slides 6-9 on Radio Songs (80 million, down 18 percent) and 13-22 on Digital Songs (46,000, down 11 percent).
Work stops a week shy of Rihanna’s longest Hot 100 reign; We Found Love, featuring Calvin Harris, led for 10 frames in 2011-12. Still, Work became Rihanna’s 14th Hot 100 No. 1, placing her in a solo share of the third-most all time, ahead of Michael Jackson (13). The Beatles lead with 20 No. 1s, followed by Mariah Carey (18). Work also upped Rihanna past The Beatles for the second-most career weeks at No. 1 (60 to 59). Carey leads 79 total weeks at No. 1.